Monday, May 30, 2016

Review Round-Up: Books for Beginning Readers, May 2016

There is great variety among this month's reviews - books in graphic format, new volumes in favorite series, and new series to discover.  Enjoy!

Easy Readers

Liz's Book Snuggery reviewed two blasts from the past: The Carrot Seed and Are You My Mother? 

Jean Little Library featured two "Small Readers" posts:  Max Spaniel: Dinosaur Hunt and
Humphrey's Playful Puppy Problem.

Step Up Readers had a review of the latest title in the Biscuit series, Biscuit Feeds the Pets, as well as a review of When Andy Met Sandy, the first book in Tomie dePaola's newest series.

Both No Time for Flashcards and Literary Hoots had posts wishing a fond farewell to the Elephant and Piggie series with reviews of The Thank You Book. (Literary Hoots also reviewed Dig, Dogs, Dig.)

Finally, Shelf Employed reviewed Big Dog and Little Dog Making a Mistake  and Sal's Fiction Addiction reviewed The Real Poop on Pigeons.

Chapter Books

Ms. Yingling Reads and Mom Read It both reviewed a re-released vintage book originally published in 1958, The Great Mouse Detective: Basil of Baker Street. 

Ms. Yingling also reviewed two books in the My Weird School Fast Facts series: Sports and Geography, as well as Weekends with Max and His Dad, which was also featured at Readerkidz and here at Story Time Secrets.

My other chapter book reviews this month were Stella and the Night Sprites: Knit-Knotters and Logan Pryce Makes a Mess.

There were also two Princess in Black reviews this month: Perfect Princess Party at Provo City Library Children's Book Review and Hungry Bunny Horde at Sal's Fiction Addiction.

Other chapter books this month included:
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